M and his wife were very accommodating and generous. As their first guest I enjoyed visiting and sharing about travels.
They have a nice country setting and is reasonably quiet. Using the available electricity I was able to not freeze in early March. After leaving their place I visited the Model T Museum nearby in Richmond, Indiana. Thanks again. JG
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We are also new to RV camping, and, will be out when we can. But, give us a shout at least a day in advance; we'd love to host!
Access Road Conditions
Paved county road that is traveled by 18-wheelers. If you wish to park in the wooded area (available only during the dry season), your rig must be capable of traveling up/down a steep drive that is tree covered on both sides. Pull through available only when the ground is dry; otherwise, backing required or 3-pt. turn in driveway.
A quiet spot where you can rest for the night, or camp for a couple days. In the middle of farm country and remote enough to be away from it all, but, within 10 miles of the city. You have an option to pull off the road and hook up to 30 Amp electricity and water, or for the real adventurous, you can head out to the primitive site near the woods. Hiking trails are available in the woods for your enjoyment... note: the map shows Centerville, but we are a little farther down south of I-70 and west of US 27.
Suggested Local Attractions
Warm Glow Candle factory, Whitewater State Park, Brookville Reservoir, Earlham College, Model T Museum, Antique Alley along US 40.
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My wife and I are on the front side of the 50's. We enjoy traveling together and are looking forward to our retirement years and spending them on the road. I have been to 48 of the 50 states; just lack Alaska and Hawaii. I am a published nature photographer and like to share images with our hosts; we used to do the Bed and Breakfast circuit, but now are moving to RVing. We have lots to learn and see!